Saturday, November 14, 2015
Tiny-minority watch: There are too many terror suspects in France now for intel to keep track of https://t.co/g7JhvkNTY4— Allahpundit (@allahpundit) November 14, 2015
Among the 352 wounded in terrorist attacks in France, 99 are in very serious condition, per Paris prosecutor Francois Molins— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) November 14, 2015
France (AP) -- An official says a high-speed train has derailed in northeast France, killing at least seven people & injuring 11 others.— FOX 29 (@FOX29philly) November 14, 2015
MUSLIM RAMPAGE: 129 DEAD; 352 HURT...
3 teams of attackers...
High level of sophistication...
Suicide bomber had ticket into stadium...
'FIRST OF THE STORM'...
LE PEN: France must 'annihilate' Islamist radicals...
FRESH MIGRANT FEARS IN EUROPE...
Anxiety grows over ISIS recruits in USA...
Sanders aide pushes back against CBS focus switch for debate...
'L'HORREUR': Tomorrow's New York Daily News cover shows the true horror of Paris [Warning: graphic photo] https://t.co/Xnf7XudDIu— TwitchyTeam (@TwitchyTeam) November 14, 2015
Paris Terrorist Was Migrant Who Registered As A Refugee In Greece https://t.co/BadzYRf9QN— Ezra Levant (@ezralevant) November 14, 2015
PARIS UPDATE -- Greek officials say attacker may have passed through its islands as a Syrian migrant. https://t.co/785fSLhgjj— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) November 14, 2015
GOP Presidential Candidates Respond to Paris Attacks - Here’s a look at how the Republican presidential candida... https://t.co/IELqKkoYud— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 14, 2015
Friday, November 13, 2015
S.F. stands with Paris pic.twitter.com/KmC6k3NnxR— SFGate (@SFGate) November 14, 2015
The Omni Hotel in Dallas lit up in French colors tonight in support of people in Paris. pic.twitter.com/2NcoE7kqIN— Greg Hurst (@GregHurstKHOU) November 14, 2015
Around the world, buildings light up in French colors: https://t.co/QEjtOAv9N4— John Hayward (@Doc_0) November 14, 2015
Lots of requests for Red, White and Blue tonight. Interesting, USA and France. Same Colors. pic.twitter.com/pVgKdoi2re— Terminal Tower CLE (@TowerLightsCLE) November 14, 2015
In last two weeks, islamic terrorists have brought down a passenger jet and launched a major attack on a western city— Rich Lowry (@RichLowry) November 14, 2015
Belgium closing borders, after #France does same. This is the day that changes Europe forever.— Jonathan Hunt (@JonathanHuntFNC) November 14, 2015
Visiting Paris? Contact ur embassy: US: +33143122222 British: +33144513100 Irish: +33144176700 Australia: +33140593300 Canada: +33144432900— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) November 14, 2015
CNN: At least 153 dead in Paris attacks. pic.twitter.com/0XwypnhbaM— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) November 14, 2015
Total death toll now estimated at over 140: https://t.co/QEjtOAv9N4— John Hayward (@Doc_0) November 14, 2015
#ParisAttack Update: - Multiple explosions - Multiple shootings - 100 hostage taken - Military deployed - At least 60 dead
Fox overseas partners just said current estimates are 140 dead.— Andrew C. McCarthy (@AndrewCMcCarthy) November 14, 2015
Continuing live updates: attacks unfold across Paris, French president declares state of emergency: https://t.co/iH16WfDees— TheBlaze (@theblaze) November 13, 2015
Paris update: Now an attack on the Louvre. Hollande says France is closing its borders: https://t.co/aXu1vjjbaL— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) November 13, 2015
At least 40 dead...100 hostages still trapped...multiple terror attacks...VIDEOS...PHOTOS...Developing rapidly...
CNN: Hostages texting that they are being killed 1-by-1. Begging for police raid.— Anne Bayefsky (@AnneBayefsky) November 13, 2015
Paris: Muslims screaming “Allahu akbar” murder at least 35, take 100 hostages https://t.co/W2i1D0E6cl— Robert Spencer (@jihadwatchRS) November 13, 2015
UNCONFIRMED reports from inside Bataclan concert hall of "young" gunmen "calmly" firing at hostages #parisattacks— katya adler (@BBCkatyaadler) November 13, 2015
Pres. Obama: Paris attacks an "outrageous attempt to terrorize civilians" pic.twitter.com/kksqiN1OFW— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) November 13, 2015
With terror situation still underway in Paris, Pres Obama said he didn't want to speculate on who is responsible for the attacks.— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) November 13, 2015
It was only this morning Obama said "We have contained them." #ISIS— Josh Rogin (@joshrogin) November 13, 2015
Obama: "An attack on all of humanity and the universal values we share." No, it's an attack on non-Islamic humanity and non-Islamic values.— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) November 13, 2015
BLANKET curfew (as opposed to a few streets) has just been imposed in Paris for first time since Allied Forces were fighting Nazis in WWII.— Jeff B@AoSHQDD (@EsotericCD) November 13, 2015
Islamic terrorists have struck again. When will EU reexamine the absurd & obscene mass migration it has permitted from Muslim countries?— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) November 13, 2015
A very shaken President Hollande concludes with the words, "Long live France." Utterly heartbreaking.— Suzy Welch (@SuzyWelch) November 13, 2015
#BREAKING Merkel says 'profoundly shocked' by Paris 'terrorist' attacks— Agence France-Presse (@AFP) November 13, 2015
DEMOCRATS SURE GOT IT GOOD!! Coordination: CBS Debate Moderator Dickerson Meets With Dems Before Debate https://t.co/1uefrcSDbj— John Nolte (@NolteNC) November 13, 2015
“[Dickerson] and his team were very interested in getting to better know the senator’s stand on a wide spectrum of issues, what he would do about income inequality in this country,” said Bernie Sanders’ spokesman Michael Briggs. He said they discussed issues where there are real differences between the candidates — including gun control, the death penalty and raising taxes on the middle class. “John Dickerson’s a smart, impressive guy who cares a lot about the issues,” Briggs said. “I’m sure we’ll see a smart, issues-oriented debate.” (Politico)
Will you be watching the #DemocraticDebate this SATURDAY at 9PM— College Republicans (@CRNC) November 13, 2015
Putin's media Svengali found dead in DC hotel was 'murdered for being FBI informant... https://t.co/4bKGZPMNlo— DRUDGE REPORT (@DRUDGE_REPORT) November 13, 2015
My column: "Obamacare is imploding and Republicans are unprepared" https://t.co/MFVQQ4O8vP— Philip Klein (@philipaklein) November 13, 2015
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and leftists in general love to talk about income inequality. What they don't want to talk about is how their own tax-and-spend prescriptions are largely to blame.
At this week's Republican debate, Rand Paul said something that should have caught those paying attention by surprise. When asked about rising income inequality, he said:
"I think that we ought to look where income inequality seems to be the worst. It seems to be worst in cities run by Democrats, states run by Democrats and countries currently run by Democrats. .. . The bottom line is: If you want less income inequality, move to a city with a Republican mayor or a state with a Republican governor."
It's the sort of statement that normally would have elicited a barrage of attacks from the press of the "can you believe what he just said" variety.
But it turns out that Sen. Paul was right, and even the mainstream media are grudgingly acknowledging it....
Re: Gang of 5, Cruz introduced amendments specifically designed to expose the fact all Gang of 8 cared about was path to citizenship
I understand why the Rubio camp wants to say they have the same position but it's blatantly false. There's nothing slippery about Cruz— Amanda Carpenter (@amandacarpenter) November 13, 2015
Ask yourself this: If Cruz had the same position on a path to citizenship why would he try to kill Rubio's Gang of 8 bill?!— Amanda Carpenter (@amandacarpenter) November 13, 2015
Cruz took on an incredible amount of political risk working to stop amnesty. I was there. Everyone was against us— Amanda Carpenter (@amandacarpenter) November 13, 2015
Cruz introduced amendments specifically designed to expose the fact all Gang of 8 cared about was path to citizenship.— Amanda Carpenter (@amandacarpenter) November 13, 2015
During debate the Gang wanted everyone to think it was about fixing the system and border enforcement. No, it was about path to citizenship— Amanda Carpenter (@amandacarpenter) November 13, 2015
So Cruz said ok, here are some amendments that do everything EXCEPT path to citizenship. And the Gang killed them exposing the big hoax— Amanda Carpenter (@amandacarpenter) November 13, 2015
sometimes I forget just how terrible the Gang of 8 bill really was https://t.co/EXnO01TX8v— Conn Carroll (@conncarroll) November 13, 2015
Here's Cruz at greater length on his amendment legalizing 11 million illegals but with no path to citizenship. https://t.co/xVE3GzLwIp— Brit Hume (@brithume) November 13, 2015
Since Obama took office, 816 Democratic lawmakers lost their jobs in state legislatures https://t.co/orXCfYpuoM— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 12, 2015
Obama's legacy in state politics: A shrinking Democratic party https://t.co/Uio3T5AA8H— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 12, 2015
FBI moving beyond into credible referral phase of HRC investigation. Looking into email content, not just server. https://t.co/qZblil8BBP— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) November 10, 2015
A DEEP dive into El Nino, the Arctic and Eastern Pacific Oscillation and what they mean for DC cold and snow: https://t.co/NwWWtDwVmN— Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather) November 12, 2015
Somebody yelled “squirrel” on the campus of Missouri and folks went berserk and lost their God-given minds.
...As reported yesterday at Twitchy.com, there was “More awful news out of Missouri. KRCG 13 reporter Ashley Zavala reports that ROTC students have been told not to wear their uniforms to class today because of unspecified threats made to “Veterans and Soldiers” in the Columbia, Mo. area.” ...
What the heck is happening on this campus? We know about the mass communications instructor who demanded “muscle” to have a campus reporter removed. And to have University leadership just resign — what message does that send? Sure seems there’s a bunch of misguided emotions, and since when do students demand resignations over their feelings?
The leadership of the University of Missouri should have taken valid complaints, investigated, confirmed, validated, and then come up with solutions. Silly me, I thought that’s what rational people would do. Instead the mob has taken over at this campus. And to those football players who wanted to “boycott” practice and games, well, simple, you lose your scholarship — now go to class, and tell your parents they’ll be paying tuition. And for the Mizzou football coach to side with the players, well, that tells you where his concerns lie — football games, not developing and educating future adults.
But to have an email go out telling ROTC students not to wear their uniforms on campus on Veterans Day, the day after the 240th Marine Corps birthday is offensive and disgusting.
These are the young men and women who will take it upon their shoulders to “support and defend the Constitution” which means the rights and freedoms of every American citizen. And they’re supposed to hide their noble pursuit to serve this nation and embody the highest degrees of honor, integrity, and character? If anyone has the right to be on the University of Missouri, it is the Army ROTC cadets.
You see, the Morrill Act of 1862 designated land grants to states for developing institutions of learning – i.e. universities. Part of the Morrill Act was the establishment of Reserve Officer Training Corps units — previously only West Point produced Army officers. And the University of Missouri became a Land Grant in 1870....
Student Demanding Free College Has No Clue How to Pay For It https://t.co/pY4J5k7zu3— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) November 12, 2015
Anyone else see the irony in that those demanding "free education" are the ones incapable of 4th grade math? Anyone? #MillionStudentMarch— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) November 12, 2015
These students are doing a great service by showing us that not only should we not fund their tuition, we should encourage banks not to.— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) November 12, 2015
Trump is deepening his political organization far beyond the early states https://t.co/RaeUugkWt8— slone (@slone) November 13, 2015
Virginia is among the most difficult states, but Lewandowski said Trump will be qualified there by end of this month https://t.co/RaeUugkWt8— slone (@slone) November 13, 2015
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Mizzou director of student life placed on suspension after video captured her bullying student journalist https://t.co/P8zfhfiIEY— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) November 11, 2015
Student body president apologizes for spreading the ‘KKK at Mizzou' rumor pic.twitter.com/A55Ap713o6— Brandon Wall (@Walldo) November 11, 2015
The new @Mizzou chant isn't very catchy. -- Hey, hey, ho, ho, Let's re-impose 1930s-Era Segregation!— John Rivers (@JohnRiversToo) November 12, 2015
Happy Veterans Day. To those who have served, thank you for your special work.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 11, 2015
From the Vault: Ronald Reagan’s 1985 Veteran’s Day Address https://t.co/S5hCkg35tN— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) November 11, 2015
Bush was "feistier than usual, issuing a wake-up call." Cruz is "quickly earning a reputation as a sensei." https://t.co/39yCK8pkNF— Robert Costa (@costareports) November 11, 2015
"Socialism starts when government creates a problem and then steps in to solve it,” says @CarlyFiorina
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Ted Cruz Wins the Night https://t.co/ZSrmLTNyD5— National Review (@NRO) November 11, 2015
Best: Rubio, by far. Most improved: Carson, strengthening his candidacy big time. Rand should also gain by staking out how he is different.— Michael Medved (@MedvedSHOW) November 11, 2015
Best: Rubio, by far. Most improved: Carson, strengthening his candidacy big time. Rand should also gain by staking out how he is different.— Michael Medved (@MedvedSHOW) November 11, 2015
MRC's Brent Bozell Praises Fox Business: They Utterly Humiliated CNBC https://t.co/5hO9jYETYI— NewsBusters (@newsbusters) November 11, 2015
Glenn Beck names debate winners, "biggest loser" and creates "new category" of "EPIC LOSER" for this candidate https://t.co/oAyo3y99J7— TheBlaze (@theblaze) November 11, 2015
PROUD to be a Republican tonight! Unlike Dems, we are actually seeing some intelligence on display. #GOPDebate pic.twitter.com/HJvXVjaZRv— Michael A Nöthem (@mikandynothem) November 11, 2015
Paul: "Income inequality seems to be the worst...in countries run by Democrats" https://t.co/5olZz7S2mv #GOPdebate pic.twitter.com/xoGJgDGyhB— The Hill (@thehill) November 11, 2015
Fiorina's suggestion on zero baseline budgeting and the Reins Act are great ideas & very doable if we win #GOPDebate— John Hawkins (@johnhawkinsrwn) November 11, 2015
Great opening by Rand. #GOPDebate— Mickey White (@BiasedGirl) November 11, 2015
LOTS MORE, CLICK BELOW >>
FOX News/WSJ #GOPDebate: Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, John Kasich, and Rand Paul.
Here is the 9pm ET lineup. Watch Fox Business here https://t.co/wjceORXeBU or online: https://t.co/k6X1DmNhwX pic.twitter.com/kr1rcnzx5Z— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) November 11, 2015
Our children’s lives depend upon the 2016 election. GET INFORMED & GET INVOLVED! #MakeAmericaGreatAgain #tcot pic.twitter.com/c03xj3jgFs— Linda Suhler, Ph.D. (@LindaSuhler) November 11, 2015
Fox Business debate open: https://t.co/Fy7p299Ra2— Chris Cillizza (@TheFix) November 11, 2015
Hey Millennials without TVs! Watch the @FoxBusiness debate online for free here: https://t.co/ffY8lvyX11 #GOPdebate pic.twitter.com/DfxZl4pOqc— Red Alert Politics (@RedAlert) November 11, 2015
Wow Cavuto lending some serious gravity to this open— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) November 11, 2015
KEEP READING >>
Excellent job by the panel.— Hugh Hewitt (@hughhewitt) November 11, 2015
Voters' top concern is jobs. First set of Fox Biz undercard debate questions all about jobs. Right direction.— Byron York (@ByronYork) November 11, 2015
All kidding aside, FBN did a pretty good job. First time this season I actually saw an intelligent old-school debate.— FilmLadd (@FilmLadd) November 11, 2015
#GOPDebate, FOX News/WSJ Undercard Debate: Mike Huckabee and Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal and Rick Santorum
This debate flew by, I would watch another hour since it's actually interesting.— Craig Robinson (@IowaGOPer) November 11, 2015
Easily a much better and more substantive debate all around. Good job @FoxBusiness— Ben Domenech (@bdomenech) November 11, 2015
Impressive early debate so far. Incisive, relevant questions from the moderators.— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) November 11, 2015
.@ChrisChristie swats away @BobbyJindal barbs, keeps focus on Hillary Clinton https://t.co/TY8qYWUGlL #GOPDebate pic.twitter.com/8RSS65dLzj— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 11, 2015
KEEP READING >>
...Only eight front-running candidates are going to be on the main stage according to the rules of the Fox Business presidential debate Tuesday night, and four will participate in the undercard. Nevertheless, no matter how many are on that stage in Milwaukee, I’m almost certain we are already down to a “Final Four.” And it’s pretty obvious who they are: Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz. (Sentimentally, I wish there were still hope for Carly, because I like her. But there isn’t. If this were the Oscars, we could give her a special humanitarian award or something.)
Short of something extraordinary happening — and that’s always possible — it’s hard to envision any of the others, including Jeb Bush (whose desperate SuperPAC is reportedly about to blow $20 million to destroy his ex-mentee Rubio — how pathetic is that?), finding a path to the nomination, even though the conventional wisdom is that it’s “still early.”
The truth, however, is that, largely thanks to Trump, it’s not early at all. The public has been glued to this election from the get-go. It’s a national sport, rivaling football....
...there’s good news in all this. All four of these gentlemen in the Final Four would make a pretty decent president. And not just in comparison to their unappealing adversaries — a serial-lying ex-Alinskyite gone Chappaqua plutocrat and an aging Norman Thomas-clone who seems to have forgotten to come back from his honeymoon in the Soviet Union. In different ways, the four Republicans are in themselves interesting and impressive men. I almost wish we could run history four times to see which of them finally would be the best president, because no matter what any of us say, it is impossible to know. We can only guess...
“Everything that happens in the videos, you will see brothers…well-run, they show you, the city is beautiful, all clean, everyone is happy, everyone smiles. While it is far from being the case,” the woman says of ISIS propaganda videos.
“The [married] women when they come, they are seperated from their husbands. The first house for women at the border, is something horrible. During winter, it’s worst. When you come, there is no water, no hot water, no cold water, no food, no nothing. It’s a house where you are crammed together in rooms with the women, the children. Most of the time, there is nothing to eat, there is nothing to do. One can’t shower, if one wants to shower, one has to take water from a tap outside, it’s cold water of course,” she continues.
“Then, if you’re married, your husband will come and take you to another separate house. It’s a house where you are all with women. There will be no heat, no food, you can’t go out, you can’t be on internet, [usually] can’t contact your family. [But when you do get the opportunity], we can’t say that we are in a house, in an apartment, we cannot show them pictures of ourselves, one can’t explain anything, we can just say that it’s going well, if one says that it’s not going well, we will have problems.”
“…If you want to leave, you will be suspected of being a spy. The spies, what do they do with them? Even if there is no concrete proof against you, if you are suspected, you will go in prison and they will chop off your head. If you try to leave secretly, the same thing.”
...“Personally, I have done the most foolish thing in my life by coming here...
Monday, November 9, 2015
Congratulations to Robert Hickey for becoming the #RPSDC endorsed candidate for San Diego City Attorney in 2016!— San Diego County GOP (@RPSDC) November 10, 2015